Nev. Admin. Code § 322.190 - Factors to be considered in issuance of authorization
In determining whether to issue an authorization associated with a navigable body of water of this State, the State Land Registrar will consider, without limitation, the following factors:
1. The location and density of existing piers, breakwaters, mooring buoys, water intake lines and other structures;
2. The effect of granting the authorization upon the stability of the shoreline;
3. The overall environmental integrity and recreational quality of the area in which the proposed structure or activity is to be located or will take place, including factors such as noise, visual esthetics, recreational potential and impacts to the quality of water;
4. The potential interference with navigability;
5. Conformance with any applicable requirements of law, regulation and policy;
6. The impacts to adjacent property owners;
7. Any environmental studies of the proposed use, if applicable;
8. The location or availability of existing use corridors; and
9. The private benefit to be obtained versus any loss of public benefit.
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